A festival celebrating the agricultural heritage of the Shire of Harvey has been cancelled due to the “uncertain” impacts of the latest COVID-19 variant Omicron.
Shire of Harvey residents donned their masks as they packed parks, showgrounds and recreational centres for community breakfasts to kick off the region’s Australia Day celebrations.
Bunbury and the South West are set for more summer scorchers, with another weekend of extremely hot weather on the way.
Employment pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers could soon be boosted as the Peel and upper South-West regions make way for an improved employability focused program.
A Brunswick mother and son are set to fight allegations of cultivating and possessing cannabis with the intention of selling it to other people.
The reconstruction of one of Yarloop’s most significant town sites has begun with the first stage of construction set to be completed by the end of this year.
A pharmacy in Busselton has been added to the growing list of exposure sites in the South West but the number of Bunbury locations remains at three,
A pharmacy in Busselton has been added to the growing list of exposure sites in the South West, but the number of Bunbury locations remains at three.
An inspirational mental health advocate, a choir leader and a rising hockey star were among those recognised for their community work during Australia Day celebrations.
It’s been revealed Kemerton lithium plant workers who tested positive for COVID earlier this week are now quarantining at a Peel resort.
Marina Mabrey is dominating the WNBL on the other side of the world from a family that has been bonded by how close they came to being broken by the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The stocks of West Coast’s Oscar Allen and Fremantle’s Hayden Young are set to rise this season, as AFL experts shine a light on who might take the next step for every club in 2022.
Perth’s private hospitals are ready to take on COVID-19 patients from the public health system as the spread of Omicron continues across the State.
A Busselton teenager has avoided further punishment despite playing a part in a brutal bashing in the midst of a family feud.
The national standards for bin lid colours aims to make it easier for people to know which bins to put waste in no matter where they live in Australia.
Opposers of the highly divisive Smith’s Beach project have been underwhelmed with the first images of the coastal village project, claiming their concerns were yet to be addressed.
A South West magistrate has slammed a Busselton man’s behaviour as “disgusting and vile” after he spat in a police officer’s face while being arrested outside a popular marketplace.
RSPCA South West issues warning for animal owners amid summer heat waves.
Livestock agents have blasted Capel Shire’s decision to renew WALSA’s lease at Boyanup Saleyards, claiming it will eliminate competition in the South West cattle trade for at least another decade.
Education Minister Sue Ellery has vowed that WA schools will not close for a COVID-19 outbreak after case numbers ramp up.
A 21-year-old man has been hospitalised with a fractured skull after being attacked with a hammer in a ‘vicious and cowardly’ home invasion in Perth’s south-east - just a year after losing his younger brother.
A media teacher at a prestigious private girls’ school has had his teaching registration suspended after he told a former pupil he had romantic feeling for her and ‘no boy will ever be good enough for you’.
Five new COVID cases have been announced in connection with an event at The Library Nightclub that health authorities now fear may be a superspreader event.
Some 400 kilometres of the Trans-Australian Railway which connects the eastern states to Perth has been inundated by heavy rain in South Australia, with some calling it a ‘once-in-300-year’ weather event.
A surf store, an ice arena, a karaoke bar and South West country club are among more than a dozen new COVID exposure sites revealed by WA Health.
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